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Use of Unique Fractional Electro De-Ionization (FEDI) in Power Plant Application

  • Posted On March 2, 2015
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International Water Conference 2005
Abstract: In recent years use of EDI (Electro De-Ionization) has seen its acceptance diminish as part of Demineralization system at power plants. The paper will discuss the application of FEDI (Fractional Electro De- Ionization) in production of deionized water at two merchant power plants in Texas. The paper presents operating

An Alternative Technology for Coal Seam Gas Produced Water Treatment

  • Posted On March 1, 2015
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Previously published as part of The International Desalination Association (IDA) World Congress Proceedings, Perth-Australia 2011

Abstract: Evaporators in non-slurry evaporation service are typically Vertical Tube Falling Film design. These require large foundations and their height limit their ability to be installed inside buildings. An option is a Horizontal evaporator that would have low headroom

ZLD Solutions for the Treatment of FGD Wastewater

  • Posted On February 11, 2015
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International Water Conference 2007
Abstract: Many challenges exist in the treatment of the wastewater from the flue gas desulfurization (FGD) process. These challenges include high concentrations of calcium, magnesium, and chloride ions as well as large fluctuations in the FGD wastewater blowdown quantity and quality. Boron, ammonia and heavy metals are also typical impurities that must

Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) Evaporator Operation Report, ENEL Brindisi

  • Posted On February 11, 2015
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International Water Conference 2012
Abstract: Environmental quality remains a high priority in the power industry. These quality requirements result in the advancement of treatment techniques to provide plant discharges air and water to be minimized by reuse or of a quality that is either equal or higher in purity of the influents. Applications of

A Comparison of Heat Transfer Requirement and Evaporator Cost for MED-TC and MSF

  • Posted On February 11, 2015
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Previously published as part of The International Desalination Association (IDA) World Congress Proceedings, Abu Dhabi-UAE 1995

Abstract: The two most common steam driven technologies used for seawater distillation between 500 TPD to 10,000 TPD are Multiple Stage Flash (MSF) and low temperature Multiple Effect Distillation (MED). The differences between the two types of technology

Large MED Development and Use of Renewable Energies

  • Posted On February 11, 2015
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Previously published as part of The International Desalination Association (IDA) World Congress Proceedings, Dubai-UAE 2009

Abstract: Thermal desalination plants have proven their reliability and capacity of producing pure water from any sea water. The Multiple Effect Distillation (MED) technology is now available in any size of plant. Because of the low evaporation temperatures

Experience and Operating Feed Back After 7 Years of Operation of a 10,000 m3/D MED Plant

  • Posted On February 11, 2015
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Previously published as part of The International Desalination Association (IDA) World Congress Proceedings, Tianjin-China 2013

Abstract: One of the key challenges in desalination and other types of water treatment is in investing in new technologies and using new techniques to offer low cost desalinated water to industrial clients and communities. Providing low

Cost Effective Solution of Waste Water Reuse and ZLD in CTX with Reference in China

  • Posted On February 11, 2015
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Previously published as part of The International Desalination Association (IDA) World Congress Proceedings, Tianjin-China 2013

Abstract: The use of Coal to produce Gas, Chemical and Liquid (CTX) is a hot topic for China in order to balance their energy import from overseas. Waste water treatment and reuse have become critical issues, because

Cost Effective Solar Power Generation and MED Desalination: A Case Study

  • Posted On February 11, 2015
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Previously published as part of The International Desalination Association (IDA) World Congress Proceedings, Perth-Australia 2011

Abstract: Solar energy has long been considered for power generation and for sea water desalination. With the improvement in efficiency of Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) collectors and their industrial development this is becoming more cost effective and competitive

ZLD Achieved for the Treatment of FGD Waste Water at Iatan Station

  • Posted On February 11, 2015
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International Water Conference 2009
Abstract: A wet FGD scrubber and water treatment system were recently commissioned as part of the Iatan power expansion project. The system has successfully achieved ZLD by meeting the challenges presented by FGD blowdown. This paper describes these water treatment challenges and elaborates on the novel techniques used to achieve ZLD.

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